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Old 01-19-2017, 08:39 PM   #1
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Grey and black take use

I know this should be easy but I have a crossroads st320bh with two grey and two black tanks. I can't seem to find info on what systems go to which tank. Which tank does the bathroom sink or the shower or the second bathroom sink or the kitchen sink go to? If anyone knows offhand that would be awesome!

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We have a CrossTerrain, TF32SS, 32' triple axle toy hauler. We have a grey tank, a galley, a black tank, and two freshwater tanks. Also a fuel cell.

Unless you have two toilets, I would only expect one black tank. I've never heard of a non commercial rv with two black tanks about your length.

The black tank covers the toilet only. The grey tank comes from the bath lav and the shower. The galley comes from the kitchen only and has a separate pull tab over the exit plumbing.

Our gauge center has two sensor panels to check for both freshwater tanks and two sets of batteries, however, there are only one set of batteries, that measure off both gauges. You may have two black tank indicators when really you don't?

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We have a CrossTerrain, TF32SS, 32' triple axle toy hauler. We have a grey tank, a galley, a black tank, and two freshwater tanks. Also a fuel cell.

Unless you have two toilets, I would only expect one black tank. I've never heard of a non commercial rv with two black tanks about your length.

The black tank covers the toilet only. The grey tank comes from the bath lav and the shower. The galley comes from the kitchen only and has a separate pull tab over the exit plumbing.

Our gauge center has two sensor panels to check for both freshwater tanks and two sets of batteries, however, there are only one set of batteries, that measure off both gauges. You may have two black tank indicators when really you don't?

Hope this helps.
Thanks. I have two bathrooms, two toilets and two bedrooms on a 40 foot trailer. I have to empty two black tanks and two grey tanks. I would just run water but where it's at I use the fresh tanks and do not want to waste what little precious water I have. I appreciate the info and help.
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Thanks. I have two bathrooms, two toilets and two bedrooms on a 40 foot trailer. I have to empty two black tanks and two grey tanks. I would just run water but where it's at I use the fresh tanks and do not want to waste what little precious water I have. I appreciate the info and help.
Those darn model numbers make no sense. No idea yours was 40'.
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